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Ship News.

Ship News.

_4Pr ltilm BEI.FVST, JUXE 3.-Wind, S.-Weather, Fine. ARRllVMED. TAY '313-Blenlicim, St., Liverpool; Lyra, st., Glasgow-. JwTmo 1.-All ion, st., Stranraer; Canlill.C, st., Athlone, st., Liverpo~l ; Princess Alice, st., Fleetw-ood. 2.-Wildsor, st., Iverpool ; liliC It , St., Derry
04 June 1850 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Advertisements & Notices

Advertisements & Notices

TURNIPSEED, CLOVJIItSEIEDI &c. GEORGMJ A1$ AS received from the original ( *er of the Non- pareii Swedish Turnip Seed his ell ire Stock, growni last Summer, from selected roots. This sjlecies is decidedly the hardiest kind of Turnip, .s, also, thb oist nutritious, and the best ad
30 April 1850 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
THE MAGEE COLLEGE.

THE MAGEE COLLEGE.

PUBLIC ME'ETING IN THE MUSIC HALL. YESTSIIDAY evening, pursuant to advertisement an- nouncing a meeting "of those who are favourable to the establishment of a Presbyterian College in Derryon the foundation of Mrs. Magee's bequest, as adjudicated by the Master in Chancery,"a very
12 November 1851 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
TRIBUNALS OF COMMERCE.

TRIBUNALS OF COMMERCE.

TRIBUNALS OF COMMIlERCE. ONE does not care to ask a tailor his opinion of the price of figs, and a very good judge of the law in courts may be a bad judge of the equity in trade. The life and spirit of our whole body of European commerce lies in the principle of strict mutual con
12 November 1851 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Agriculture, &c.

Agriculture, &c.

afg:fcultur, &t. the present state of the laxv Of debtor and creditor in " Ferguson's Practice," ?? to inquires ?? report oa Ireland, so far as relates to ?? and other pros seedings subsequenttqflnaliurl,5meRt. James Apjolln, Esq., ?? Profesaor of Cllemistry and Mineralogy in the
15 September 1851 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT.

IMPERIALI PARLIAMENT.; (From th~e ~Lodon Journals of .Monday night.) HOUSE OF LORDS_3IONDAY, FEB. 9. Their lordships met at five o'clock. Lord BROUGHA M expressed a hope that her Ma- Jesty's Government would take an early opportunity of introducing a bill for the suppression of b
11 February 1852 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
FAIRS IN ULSTER.

FAIRS IN ULSTER.

FAII'S IXN C L'S'L' ?? ills. Virinstixv. J\ xiinudiv 1 mxi I Gi;. Mtli .ix1ii. l'ut r~xY ioxN xiilxiii Itn Altm.I(itiitir i 28. Cot'."' C 1)10I. ililtied lxuidivi xI xxxv 22. lii-4 (xi Nix (,Ix.IN.il,,-iiniii. 23ltuiii x, .J iiili i 1. iliiis Vlint l' itl 'I6ititineLIw .Jxiiitxi:
19 January 1855 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Original Poetry.

Original Poetry.

@rigdiltal ,3octru. *Ir A Y. [IVt IT T L N F 0 It T tL r. E - r. ws - L r. r T F. It.] CHItLDtHOO D hails tlise, dle:isanlt MM.p!- Thyself tite fairest child of the year; The little OnIeS feel ?? blecss plIay, Like the twining arms of companions dear! The fresh brighit blue of th
03 May 1850 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
DISTURBANCES IN NORWAY.

DISTURBANCES IN NORWAY.

AccousTs from Christidna'(N6rway), of the 22d, con- tain details relative to the recent events in the town of Levanger, province of D'rontheim, inl that kingdom. It has already been stated that Communist doctrines have unfortunately hecofie vci-y pop ular among the working popul
12 March 1851 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Law.

Law.

. .. i . - R ROL.LS COUIRT.-DcrnazN, MONDAY. The Earl of Afouetcasheltv. Richard Viscount O'Neill. Mr. F. FrrITzuamrX, Q.C., applied to restrain the re- spondent from cutting or felling the trees upon the lands of Cleggan, County Antrin, and for an account of the trees already c
12 March 1851 - Belfast News-Letter - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland